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Reigate Society Awards

The Society sets out to encourage good development and design of all kinds in the Borough of Reigate & Banstead and to ensure that all such schemes have some public recognition we ask all members and the public to recommend particular developments which are of a high calibre design.

The awards are aimed at the following:

Nominations shall be submitted by the 11th July to the Reigate Society using our form or by post to The Reigate Society, 59 Nutley Lane, Reigate, RH2 9HP.

A proforma should be used which can be accessed here and printed off at your convenience.

Nominations are reviewed by an examination panel which includes a guest judge from a neighbouring Society, and aims to complete the review during August for presentation of awards at the Members Evening on the date published on our Meetings page.

Examples of previous years awards can be found in the links to the right of this page.

The Reigate Society Civic Awards 2017

Award to: 2-10 Cromwell Road Redhill RH1

Category: New Construction/Refurbishment

2-10 Cromwell Road

The scheme occupies a prominent position on the corner of High Street and Cromwell Road in Redhill.

The previously run-down shops and residential accommodation above have been transformed into a modern, attractive building. The residential accommodation was stripped back to the concrete frame and rebuilt with a further two floors of accommodation added above. The shop units have been heavily refurbished and shop fronts and fascias have been replaced.

The scheme provides much-needed housing and incorporates nicely-modulated and cleanly detailed external cladding. The result is an attractive building which has contributed significantly to the regeneration of this part of Redhill.

It is considered that this project merits an Award.

Award to: 10 and 11 Flanchford Road Reigate RH2

Category: Conservation/Restoration

2-10 Cromwell Road

Reigate Heath Cottage at 11 Flanchford Road is a Grade II listed timber-framed seventeenth century building and the adjoining mid twentieth-century Reigate Heath Garage formed part of a late nineteenth century building.

Research into the historic background of these buildings was commissioned by the developer and the combined conversion, restoration and refurbishment of these buildings to residential units has been sensitively handled, with careful design, workmanship and choice of materials.

It is considered that this project merits an Award.